Tony Moore Talks are underway for a new live theatre venue in Fortitude Valley.
Tony Moore Brisbane’s lord mayor Graham Quirk this morning unveils plans for a $4 million revamp of the Fortitude Valley Mall.
Marissa Calligeros A fire that tore through an inner Brisbane apartment complex, leaving hundreds of people temporarily homeless, started accidentally, according to investigators.
Tony Moore Brisbane's grunge centre of the 1980s and 1990s – Fortitude Valley's Brunswick Street Mall – is set to get a $4 million makeover that will shake off its shabby image.
Marissa Calligeros Expect to see more townhouses pop up in and around Brisbane as the nation's two largest residential developers place medium-density development high on their agenda.
Amy Remeikis The future of the state's Drink Safe Precinct program could rest with industry stakeholders.
Cameron Atfield The idea of "suspended coffee" for the needy has struck a chord with one South Brisbane cafe owner.
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Marissa Calligeros He's a fast-talking, well-educated, young professional from an affluent suburb south of Brisbane.
Marissa Calligeros Woman tells court of "constantly sad" relationship with alleged murderer Gerard Baden-Clay.
Marissa Calligeros On a sunny Tuesday morning last November, a cargo ship from Vietnam arrived in Brisbane.
Tony Moore Until the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, this Fortitude Valley street corner was the site of Australia's worst mass murder, the March 8, 1973 Whiskey Au Go Go firebombing.
Tony Moore Brisbane's Brunswick Street Mall could be re-opened to day traffic by June, according to Fortitude Valley's main business group.
Marissa Calligeros Local developer Charlie Apostolos has strengthened his resolve to foster a vibrant laneway culture in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley with an application to revitalise another abandoned back alley.
As flood waters swell throughout Brisbane, the city relives the horrors of 2011.
Phil Lutton Road closure update
All the latest news on the wild weather hitting southeast Queensland, and more.
Here's the public transport situation this Wednesday afternoon, January 30:
Natalie Bochenski The state government has pledged to reinvest any proceeds from school sales back into the education sector in response to union fears at least five southeast Queensland primary schools could be at...